Hi and welcome, how are things going with your selections? I have a few suggestions below to assist:
If you aren't going to burn Bluray drives just yet then it's a high price to pay for a burner. This combo drive will read-only the Bluray discs and burn DVDs/CDs.
WD Caviar Black hard drives are a good choice. SATA3 is the way to go. Just make sure you plug them in to the SATA3 ports on the motherboard to make full use of it. (I have seen builds where they weren't!)
For PSU, personally I have experienced issues with Cooler Master and don't use them. It might be fine for you, but this is what I would be looking at: http://www.newegg.co...N82E16817139016
That Mushkin RAM looks insane, love those latencies! Definitely the right kit in my opinion.
Case is great, plenty of room and cooling. I do like Cooler Master cases and case fans.
Proper link to CPU, if you are not overclocking (and by the sounds of your experience I don't recommend it) then the included Intel heatsink/fan will be fine.
The motherboard looks way overkill but for the current price it's a good deal. Only problem is no SATA3 ports, a big issue here since the hard drive is the slowest part of a PC and we want this thing to be upgradeable later on to a SATA3 SSD, right?! You'll have to do a lot more thinking here but I recently used this one in a build and was very impressed: http://www.newegg.co...N82E16813128422
Find a card reader in black to match your black case.
Ditch the sound card, onboard audio will be more than capable for your needs. Also current motherboard does not even have a PCI slot to support it.
Graphics card is rather tricky, plenty of good cards all around the same price. Here's a good pick right now: http://www.newegg.co...N82E16814127512
But if you ever want to move into 3D rendering etc... then a proper workstation graphics card would be what you want - like the ATI FirePro or Nvidia Quadro or something.
Cheaper version of Windows 7, Home Premium should be fine for your needs and OEM means it will be for this computer (and this computer only).
Okay so I put a lot of effort into the research and probably could have made my post look a little nicer, but let me know what you think.